Awkward Moment on The Farm

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Millennial Farmer

8 oy oldin

Awkward Moment- Spring Planting is wrapping up. Some last minute rock picking and land rolling. Onyx joined me in the tractor for some school work on the go. Becky and I enjoyed a romantic sunset together.
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Zach Johnson, the “Millennial Farmer” is a 5th-generation farmer who’s spent his life growing, working, and learning on his family’s farm. His wit and dry sense of humor appeal to children and adults alike. A product of the millennial generation, his appreciation of new technology blends with his old-fashioned work ethic, and he offers a unique ability to deliver his message in a way that resonates with lifelong farmers as well as those with no knowledge of agriculture.
With growing consumer awareness about where their food comes from, Zach has identified the need for an independent voice from the front lines of agriculture. Zach actively promotes agriculture by sharing his day-to-day experiences in the agriculture world while providing farmer-to-farmer education to help facilitate a collaborative conversation between farmers and the public.
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Patrick Obrian
Patrick Obrian Oy oldin
So the way I was taught by my grandfather about why the rocks keep reappearing every year is due to the fact that the land on the prairies is constantly settling since it was created by the glaciers of the last ice age and the rocks settle at a slower rate than the surrounding land and that's why we used to have to keep rock picking (by hand and stone boat) the same fields every year.......don't know for sure, just saying, LOL.
Bill Paga
Bill Paga Oy oldin
i was watching Bloomberg channel, how did I get here? lol. Anyway interesting channel, I've been watching and learning for a while.
Terry Larkin
Terry Larkin Oy oldin
I know or at least I think your doing all the camera work and it's fantastic all the different angles and such. Your interaction with your kids is precious. Hey I also started watching the farmers wife from Canada Riding in Cabs with Farmers or something like that she's just getting started with this and is fun to watch not many viewers yet. You ought to evite her down to meet your wife to get the ladies view here. I think that would be a fun video. And lastly I find myself watching you and several others rather than the regular TV.
Micah Burgin
Micah Burgin Oy oldin
The diesel trailer from farming sim at the end of the video like, "sup y'all know who I am" Also that seed tender is sweet, wish the one in fs19 worked the same way with the ability to adjust the auger position.
Gary Doub
Gary Doub Oy oldin
Use small charges of dynamite !
Brian W
Brian W 2 oy oldin
I realize this will never be seen but, here in western NC which used to be tobacco country, we had an old man who would plow with an old 9n ford. He would hide a mason jar somewhere at the end of his field, after each row he'd stop and "act" like he was taking a leak, but we all knew he was taking a pull off that mason jar ;-) Love your channel sir :-)
Hugh Stephenson
Hugh Stephenson 2 oy oldin
A patch or two is gonna be needed on that tire.. maybe some duct tape and zipties as well
ntnsty 2 oy oldin
Paint those rocks a bright orange so easy to find when ready to dig’em
PdrMarc 2 oy oldin
You have a handsome family Z... Onyx running that tractor & grain cart ,solo (in a different video ) impressed every single viewer. Well, at least everyone who didnt grow up on a farm.
PdrMarc 2 oy oldin
Glasiers picked up rocks on their way south & sprinkled those rocks throughout the midwest as they melted... Well, thats what my teacher told me 40 yrs ago.
George Isaak
George Isaak 2 oy oldin
That tractor has some serious lights on it !!!! must be easy to work at night with it !
cw93711 2 oy oldin
Those rocks are everywhere the glaciers were. But you wanna see bad rocks go to wear the glaciers ended. The fields are all rock.
Thomas Rakers
Thomas Rakers 2 oy oldin
We had bought some ground next to an old rock quarry, we did not have a machine. Dad had us kids, 2 loads on the back of a 3 point hauler every day. He could tell when we had a load because the tractor would be doing a wheelie. Good times, Hahahaha
Willie Ray
Willie Ray 2 oy oldin
I was raised on a farm .50 60 s best people come from farms . They appreciate things nothing is free . They know this .
Gene Hively
Gene Hively 2 oy oldin
glad you stopped to let her go potty see was kinda giving you the stink eye trust me i know what the stink eye is many times
Jim Wilhelmi
Jim Wilhelmi 2 oy oldin
I loved riding in the cab with my dad when I was a kid. We didn’t have buddy seats back then though.
Glenn Lego
Glenn Lego 2 oy oldin
I used to like riding on the implement hitch. My folks lived neighbors to a farm family. We lived right at the edge of town and the family’s farm was just across the street from us.
Woxineau Crows
Woxineau Crows 2 oy oldin
are they filled with water the land rollers? have a great Halloween with the youngins and be safe folks..GB
Bertie _08
Bertie _08 3 oy oldin
Love that John deer gps sound miss it 😂💚
Miloš Stojanović
Miloš Stojanović 3 oy oldin
6:51 😁
claytonsmoking 3 oy oldin
8:43Sunsets that change it from *YT to PH*
Nancy Smith
Nancy Smith 3 oy oldin
TRUMP eliminated the DEATH TAX so your kids can now have your farm free of tax.
Rose White
Rose White 3 oy oldin
Here's how vegetation and worms can cover concrete runways over time. In about 46 years since last use the plants are changing from mosses to grasses and weeds and that process will accelerate as birds and mice coming for seeds will drop fertiliser to feed the plants. I've been watching a single alder tree and rough spiky grass growing on the solid shale of a railway embankment for about 65 years now. It was s stunted tree in a patch about 3 feet across as teh shale has little nutrient value but now the tree is about 20 feet and the patch about ten feet across and now has some soft grass and flowering weeds. I think it would take 1000 years for the patch to spread all over the level top of the banking but it may never colonise the 45 degree sloping sides.
Rose White
Rose White 3 oy oldin
Those big rocks were left there by The Flood 4,350 years ago. All the nice topsoil that almost covers them is what worms and plants have made since then. Worms and roots make topsoil at the rate of one inch per five years but our post-Flood weather blows and washes most of that soil downhill and away in the rivers to make the deltas - or perhaps fill the wet depressions around the land that were once lakes? About 58 years ago I went to look at a small old mill dam here in UK. About ten years ago I went again and the dam was amost half filled with sediment and grassed over. In another 20 years it will be pasture. It's how GOD intended us to have lovely productive land to feed us and TRex and all the other animals.
Johnny Lawson
Johnny Lawson 3 oy oldin
My first official job, was raking rocks. In Southwest Missouri, there are rocks everywhere. Just the other day, I was raking and seeding. So great. 45 years later and I'm still raking.
Chris Hancock
Chris Hancock 3 oy oldin
You guys are hilarious!!! Thanks for doing these videos!
Mikka 3 oy oldin
Man..I hope You know how lucky You are. With a wife like that You can conquer whatever comes your way. Good for you all. Greetings
Grady Benedict
Grady Benedict 3 oy oldin
4 mouths a go you where planting
Whitney Faske
Whitney Faske 3 oy oldin
My dad's combination cotonfire.
Tom Tucker
Tom Tucker 4 oy oldin
Ms. M F 'r seems to be a pretty cool lady.
Roger Lane
Roger Lane 4 oy oldin
Dexpan will solve the issues with bigger rocks
barry mcdougal
barry mcdougal 4 oy oldin
jon Velde
jon Velde 4 oy oldin
"stop looking at us, swans!"
Channel JP
Channel JP 4 oy oldin
Great video and love the humour. You would fit in well here in N. Ireland👍
L K 4 oy oldin
My dad invented the first vertically folding roller (at least in our area, but I believe anywhere). This design is an interesting take as well, but it looks like it may not be as wide? Not sure.
Rexford L
Rexford L 4 oy oldin
The soil I'm used to seeing farmed with huge fields has soil up to 1/2 mile deep (Willamette Valley in Oregon) you very seldom see rocks coming up in it.
Jaydev Prabhu
Jaydev Prabhu 4 oy oldin
@ 6.52 was a respectful entry but denied 🤣
Archie Paton
Archie Paton 4 oy oldin
the billy maddison reference was mint haha
Robert Payne
Robert Payne 4 oy oldin
Here in the south we use land rollers at times to help seal in moisture ahead of the planters and drills
Joseph Robbins
Joseph Robbins 5 oy oldin
Wow...does she light up the scene.
J. McKinley
J. McKinley 5 oy oldin
Great equipment to work with!
Alex Mikhael
Alex Mikhael 5 oy oldin
excavator, or some crazy Welkers with some BOOM power lol
Tiger Gaming
Tiger Gaming 5 oy oldin
Tony Ackerman
Tony Ackerman 5 oy oldin
Zach, are you sure there isn't some rock seed that has snuck in with some of your soybean seed???
John Highsmith
John Highsmith 5 oy oldin
Norman Brunt
Norman Brunt 5 oy oldin
All this machinery must of cost a fortune.
wazza33racer 5 oy oldin
can she make more babies?...........YEEHAAA! /No disrespect intended.
Charles Dixon
Charles Dixon 5 oy oldin
11:05 I thought she said she didn't know any sailors?
Midwest muscle saws
Midwest muscle saws 5 oy oldin
Lol ladies room on the right’
small softy
small softy 5 oy oldin
Why didn't you use the bucket to dig around it anf then get it out ? Then just put some dirt and back blade it and hit with the roller to pack it
Pitts Chapel Farm
Pitts Chapel Farm 5 oy oldin
Man. Somebody's in debt.
fpoasec 5 oy oldin
So thankful for technology and advancements that let more farms stay in family hands.
John Thompson
John Thompson 5 oy oldin
Zack, you mentioned the large rocks you have in your fields. May I suggest, there is a polymer expanding product on the market that I used many times in construction. By using a compressor and a 90 pound jack hammer drill a few holes down in the rocks about a foot apart and deep enough to get the rock well below the surface. Mix up the polymer and pour it in the holes. When you come back the next day the rock will have split and fractured enough to dig it out. Good luck. (Dexpan)
Albert Hinds
Albert Hinds 5 oy oldin
No you Grow them.... The Fairy sneaks out every year and plants Rocks for you...
Zach Schultz
Zach Schultz 5 oy oldin
I've watched a handful of your videos now and this has to be the funniest one I've seen.
Robert Heinkel
Robert Heinkel 5 oy oldin
Our farm had its fair share of rocks. Every spring we would hand pick the rocks. There was a large rock my dad wanted to remove. He took the Oliver 66, a length of chain, and a hay hook. The hook was part of the old style hay hooks that ran along the top of the barn and dumped loose hay in different mows. He and the hired man, attached the chain to the front of the tractor, and the hay hook was driven in behind and under the rock. They started pulling, and at some point, the hook slipped off the rock, flew thru the air and imbedded itself in the hood of the tractor, about three feet from the seat. The 66 was his pride and joy, and he was pissed.
R . I . P .
R . I . P . 5 oy oldin
A rock is Gods way of saying "don't plant stuff here "
Jon Frost
Jon Frost 5 oy oldin
1:00 - Time to call the demolition contractor!
Francisco Nz
Francisco Nz 5 oy oldin
“Oh I see the problem it’s got a hole right here’” 😂🤣😂🤣 I know he was joking but that’s totally me 🙁
Danny Pittman
Danny Pittman 5 oy oldin
Claudio Gerber
Claudio Gerber 5 oy oldin
There is a copy of you and your wife on the island of Rügen in Germany and the crass thing is that they also have a giant farm with 920 hectares of fields and mainly work with John Deere agricultural machinery ... that was 7 years ago when I was there on vacation. The family is called Reuter ... Extreme the similarity and parallel you have :-)
Crafted axe
Crafted axe 6 oy oldin
I dig out a lot of rocks from fields with an excavator and man some of them rocks are almost to big for a 200 deere
Nicolas Busse
Nicolas Busse 6 oy oldin
Any sailors around that could confirm the saying?
magyar127 6 oy oldin
0:48 I saw what you did there
nichard mccoy
nichard mccoy 6 oy oldin
Rocks and stones grow as a kid I know
Tom Krause
Tom Krause 6 oy oldin
Dad used to farm a place that would grow a 1/2 dozen+ beer keg size rocks, plus a ton of small bowling balls every year.
Mr 8 ball
Mr 8 ball 6 oy oldin
Did anyone else find an editing/recording problem at 0:50 he started to say something but it was overlapped by the same thing ?
Nathan Halls
Nathan Halls 6 oy oldin
We have a degelman rock picker
beow85 6 oy oldin
3:50 Like a child getting a new toy :-)
Michael Kamelchuk
Michael Kamelchuk 6 oy oldin
LOL you dont know what real rocks are
V strom
V strom 6 oy oldin
all the latest in farm machinery
El Martillo
El Martillo 6 oy oldin
you know, if you 2 are always ridin in the tractor together, everyone knows you're toe curlin in there buds, just sayin eh ;)
wj goh
wj goh 7 oy oldin
need to rent a bobcat 850 high flow with the rock spike and bust those up, then hit it with the rock roller.
Ricky Roan
Ricky Roan 7 oy oldin
6.15...That my Airbus 320...nose landing gear....
Ricky Roan
Ricky Roan 7 oy oldin
May be these ROCKS planted by your neighbor farm boys ????
Jose Aleman
Jose Aleman 7 oy oldin
I like your Spaceship..:)
Easton Kukuck
Easton Kukuck 7 oy oldin
I'm surprised you don't have a John Deere loader/ backhoe
Fred Seaborne
Fred Seaborne 7 oy oldin
6:48 Wow, talk about wholesome and efficient --- getting to enjoy some quality "bonding time" wif Daddy, and keeping up with his math and English lessons at da same time :)
Fred Seaborne
Fred Seaborne 7 oy oldin
5:20 You can tell dat Little Son totally trusts Daddy to keep him safe on Da Big Machine, if he yawns casually while riding in da jump-seat :D
Fred Seaborne
Fred Seaborne 7 oy oldin
4:06 ANY machinery video is worth watching when ya include a moment of da cute little ones' adorable innocent antics of liking to spend quality time wif Daddy. :D
J S 7 oy oldin
Look up a product called Dexpan to solve your rock problems. You drill holes Pour it in. Come back tomorrow Rock is cracked Now you can remove it! Best part is You can re hydrate it and use it again!!
Princess Chewie
Princess Chewie 7 oy oldin
Imagine they used to actually work....and do it all with just animals and a plow
GRANDNAGUS 007 7 oy oldin
I guess you are also growing rocks😏
mario bijvelds
mario bijvelds 7 oy oldin
greetings from holland
steve castleberry
steve castleberry 7 oy oldin
Use dynamite on them rocks!
J & T
J & T 7 oy oldin
You couldn't seriously picked that small rock up?
Damon Ens
Damon Ens 7 oy oldin
Me and my co worker were swathing canola last year and we both lost our grease guns in the swaths somewhere before we noticed so when we were combining we were praying we werent gunna eat them haha
Robert and Karen Douglas
Robert and Karen Douglas 7 oy oldin
I love your humor on the ladies and men's rooms!
Daniel Johnston
Daniel Johnston 7 oy oldin
Sooooo much green, I gotta watch some Welker re-runs for encouragement... lol. 😜😜
tigran bok
tigran bok 7 oy oldin
Remember also that in Minn, all our land used to be Lake Agassi millennia ago and before that, it was a glacier. That glacier DROPPED all those rocks on us as it retreated back.
br927 7 oy oldin
The Rocks, I know how to make explosives, we drilled them and used you know what,what they blew up the Merl building- when i heard about that, I knew how they did it
br927 7 oy oldin
Now that's cheating- I farmed with old JD's A, B,60,620!two row corn planter, an Allis Chalmers xt190 for plowing with a 5 bottom 16" IH! AND didn't have the comforts- it was like riding an ole mule all day!!
Neil Hokanson
Neil Hokanson 7 oy oldin
MN was covered in glaciers in the last ice age. When they receded glacial till was left to cover the ground including the rocks all farmers hate. Mother Nature loves to leave all presents to keep us humble.
Tylyn Froman
Tylyn Froman 7 oy oldin
Tylyn I'm a subscriber to and I wanted to know what you guys do every day besides road
Dale Morrison
Dale Morrison 7 oy oldin
change your hat
Bill Brown
Bill Brown 7 oy oldin
I just finished watching an old 8mm black n white film of my father plowing with a mule. Can you imagine how times have changed since then?
Kirt Hedquist
Kirt Hedquist 7 oy oldin
You, Master Piplayer and case of whiteclaw could take care of those rocks
Matthew Clinkenbeard
Matthew Clinkenbeard 7 oy oldin
do you guys treat beans? It seemed as if your beans were really dusty has they went into hopper?
Laszlo Marton
Laszlo Marton 7 oy oldin
love how the kids get involved best farm Chanel there is keep it up
Craig Fisher
Craig Fisher 7 oy oldin
Damn good thing you're not ranching. Horses don't like technical controls up their butts!
thr8061 8 oy oldin
As kids, there were way too many flat racks of stones picked & dumped by hand. Most fields just have smaller areas of stones. However, we have some large rocks that need to be picked/dug up via the tractor loader. AND there are several very large boulders which would cause an excavator to snort!
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